No Ape Escapes
Having isolated himself from the rest of the gorillas he had known his whole life as his family, A young Tarzan was practicing his climbing in the distance, close enough able to be heard, but not close enough to be seen.
Grey clouds covered the sky and blotted the sun, giving the sense it was about to rain at any moment.
The area was teaming with green, grass covered the ground plenty, the tree's all in moss. Said moss made it harder for the adopted boy to climb. It would make even the slanted trees easy to slip from.
The tree Tarzan attempted to climb was a very thick, very tall tree that aimed as high to the sky as a tree its age could possibly reach.
Seeing himself as the outcast to the rest of the band, it filled Tarzan with doubts, but also the determination to reach the level of expectations the rest of his family sought on each other despite his deformity as he believed it was.
Not getting far before slipping off despite his desperate grasps of his palms and kicks from hi
The Voices of the JungleIt was a nice day in the Jungle, the sun was up high and the birds sang their beautiful and happy songs for all the Jungle people to hear. Among the trees was Bagheerette walking around and feeling the cool breeze and the hot sun, her small feet worked perfectly in the rough branches allowing her for quick and swift movement. Her sweet golden eyes looked directly below the branches and leaves for her to see Mowgli, a handsome young man whose dark wild hair and near lack of almost any clothing showed his being raised in the jungle. He had been found as a baby in the nearby river inside a broken boat, there Bagheera found him and brought him to the wolves to be raised by them.
Mowgli’s years had been filled with happiness alongside the wolves and Bagheera who had kept him safe. And Bagheerette was equally happy, she had known him since he was a cub, she cared for him and even looked at him like a younger brother. Then, not but a couple of years back, Bagheera died. Both Mowg